...is the title of the third Guild Hunter novel! I announced it this weekend at the Australian Romance Readers Association Awards Dinner.
Here's the announcement. :D
I had a wonderful time at the dinner. If you'd like to read about it and see more photos, follow this link to my post at Oddshots.
Talking of Archangel's Consort, I turned it in on Friday. It continues Elena and Raphael's story, and you find out a lot more about them both in the book. Elena's friends from the Guild return, and a number of the Seven play strong roles - you get to discover more about a couple of them in particular. Further info to come later in the year!
Today, I'm tidying my office, as I like to have a clean desk before I start the next project. :-) And, since I'm now moving from a Guild Hunter book to a Psy/Changeling book, this is the time when the Manhattan & New York maps come off the walls, and the San Francisco & California maps go up; the story bibles get swapped; and all the timelines, as well as random notes about the GH series on my desk and on the wall get collated and put away.
This process really works for me - Type A personality anyone? *grin*
I'm having this week off, but after that, I'll be beginning work on Psy/Changeling #10 which is Hawke's book. I won't be sharing much about this book until I get well into it, but with Bonds of Justice and Play of Passion releasing soon, there shall be much Psy/Changeling goodness.
I saw a few comments on yesterday's post mentioning that we haven't seen that much of the wolves to date. Well folks, that is about to change. Play of Passion takes you into the SnowDancer den, introducing you to all of the SD lieutenants, as well as other key members of the pack you haven't yet met.
And, to close, here are some more photos from the ARRA Awards dinner!
With Kat (above) and Larissa (below) from Book Thingo.
With author Erica Hayes.
This last shot is of a street artist I saw in Sydney while walking around with author Tracey O'Hara. Beautiful work, isn't it?